KILLED. RODDY SCOTT, 31, intrepid British freelance journalist and cameraman who chose a hazardous career documenting neglected conflicts in such places as Sierra Leone, Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan and Ethiopia; by a bullet in the eyepiece of his camera while filming a firefight between Chechen rebels and Russian troops; in Ingushetia. Russian forces discovered Scott's body among dozens of dead Chechen rebels.

DIED. WALTER ANNENBERG, 94, American media magnate, philanthropist, art collector, and confidant to several postwar Republican presidents, who from 1969 to 1974 served as Richard Nixon's Ambassador to Britain; in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. Annenberg's flagship publication was the...

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